Six years ago, Humble Bundle introduced a subscription service called Humble Monthly, that would provide subscribers with keys for a variety of games every month, for $12 a month. A little over two years ago, Humble Monthly was changed to Humble Choice. This new format offered ten games a month, and subscribers could choose to get keys for a number of them based on what tier they were on. At launch, the Premium tier was $19.99 a month and offered nine of the ten games.
However, starting with February's Humble Choice, it will be reverting back to a model that resembles the original one. There is only one subscription plan, which will be $11.99 a month, and subscribers will receive all the games available for that month. Strangely, there is no mention of changing the service's name from Humble Choice, despite no choice being offered in terms of games or subscription tier. Although, as always, users will always have the choice to skip a month or cancel at any time.
Also debuting in February will be the Humble Games Collection, a curated collection of games from Humble Bundle as a publisher, that users will have access to for the duration of their subscription. The service will launch with Forager, Wizard of Legend, Dodgeball Academia, Unsighted and Void Bastards, and is expected to add more titles as time goes on. Users will be able to access the Humble Games Collection in a new Humble app on Windows. It is unclear whether this will be the only way to access these games, or if the app will be making it to other platforms soon. The Humble Trove, a collection of small, DRM-free indie games, is also being renamed to the Vault, which will also be in the app.